Dealing with our mental health issues isn’t an impossible endeavour. It can take as little as 15 minutes of commitment a day.
According to psychologists, increasing COVID-19 numbers are linked to psychological habituation. When we are exposed to something consistently, people can experience emotional desensitization.
Despite the addition of new beds, departments and staff members, some of Ontario’s largest hospitals were already running at near full capacity in the recent months before the COVID-19 numbers even began to rise.
This new form of dining allows restaurant guests to safely and comfortably dine outside throughout the winter in a heated, plastic shaped dome.
New rules at pools in the Waterloo Region because of COVID-19 have altered the jobs of local lifeguards. Local recreation officials say the health and well being of staff and swimmers is their top priority.
According to Statistics Canada, the current unemployment rate has surpassed the peaks of the past recessions in the early 1980s, early 1990s, and late 2000s.
Canada’s largest chain of laser tag, Laser Quest, has decided to close their doors to all North American locations permanently in response to the financial struggles of COVID-19.
The Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society has been working hard to make sure that every pet gets a forever place to stay, even during the pandemic. But it is not as simple as just keeping animals until they find their safe space.
While his father is sick back in Colombia, Cambridge resident Guillermo Wilches longs to travel home to take care of his parents.
Jennifer Pinder, a developmental education support teacher for the Waterloo Region District school board, says the higher emphasis on added protocols can be challenging for kids with neurological and developmental disabilities.
With Canadians reporting increased mental health problems since the COVID-19 pandemic began, local wellness experts are highlighting the practice of mindfulness to reduce stress.
Ten Thousand Villages Canada is closing its corporate stores, a major loss for fair-trade craftsworkers and shoppers.
According to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, 48 per cent of small businesses are partially open due to the coronavirus, 31 per cent have fully announced their closure, and 20 per cent are completely open.
Iran has long hounded the Bahá’í religious community. Recently, it’s removed their access to national ID cards.